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Inez Stewart: Biographies

Inez Stewart, M.Ed.

Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Inez Stewart

Inez Stewart is the senior vice president of human resources for Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Stewart has more than 30 years of experience in human resources management and a deep understanding of its role in academic medicine. In her role at Johns Hopkins, she leads a team of human resources professionals who focus on attracting, engaging, developing and retaining the best people who will provide the highest quality of care for our patients.  Stewart works collaboratively with the leadership of Johns Hopkins Medicine to create a culture of diversity and inclusion, pathways for employee development and advancement and programs that invest in employee health and wellness. She also works with the university’s human resource leaders and the health system’s vice presidents of human resources to further the strategic priorities of Johns Hopkins.

Before joining Johns Hopkins, Stewart served as vice president and chief human resources officer for Boston Children’s Hospital. She has also held several senior executive human resources posts, including vice president of human resources at Tufts Medical Center and various vice presidential posts with the Polaroid Corporation, Arthur D. Little Inc., and the Lotus Development Corporation.

Stewart earned her B.A. from Boston College and her M.Ed., with a concentration in human resource management, from Cambridge College. She has served on the boards of many organizations, including Boston Children’s Museum, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Rogerson Communities, Eastern Bank Corporation and as president of the Conexcion board of trustees.

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